Haru Sushi - Amsterdam Ave
There’s never a dull moment at Haru if you love food, fun, and atmosphere. In a stylish and vibrant setting, Haru Sushi serves freshly prepared Japanese dishes with a focus of making the customer feel special. Haru’s menu is based on quality, creativity, and generous portions of sushi and sashimi. Check out our website at www.harusushi.com and see why it’s one of today’s most popular names in Japanese cuisine.
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Good food, options and prices
Mediocre food, but loaded with kids and thereby quite noisy.
One of my favorite sushi chains in NYC. Consistently fresh and top quality fish
We went for NYE dinner, and then to Central Park for fireworks. We ordered the sashimi and filet mignon and it was amazing. Also try the Plum Wine if you like very sweet wine, it was delicious.
Great, fresh taste. Quick service. We arrived about 20 minutes early and they sat us with no hesitation.
We always have a great time at Haru. They treat us well every visit. Order the Lobster Tacos - you will not be sorry. It would be nice if they added a true champagne to the menu as it pairs very well with Sushi. For now, the solid of Prosecco will suffice. Always busy - so make sure you have a reservation.
The food is out out out of this world! Service is anticipatory, friendly and responsive. A totally great experience — except for too-loud, nondescript, old, disco-ish music.
Noisy. We called saying we were slightly late yet they did not hold the reservation (not a major issue, just a "no show" on opentable). Sushi was ok but not memorable.
Great food! Best of all, the bill was far less than we expected. Will return soon!
Great sushi, great service with great ambiance. One of my favorite NYC UWS restaurants.
This is a good sushi restaurant, but is very noisy and kind of crowded.
So loud I could think or talk to my guests. The sushi was so so
This is my son’s favorite restaurant. Whenever he’s in town, we go here, especially if it’s a Thursday. Sushi is fresh and delicious and they are always coming up with fun appetizers. Reservation policy is a little unpredictable; don’t be afraid to call if you get shut out of OpenTable or just go because you can often sit at the sushi bar if the tables are full.
The Haru restaurants in Manhattan are very consistent. They are all good.
went again for Restaurant Week with a terrific array of choices and very generous portions of very fresh
ingredients with beautiful presentations. a lot of fun.
Wonderful inventive sushi for a very good price.
Noisy and very busy. Food was rather tasty but sushi is very crumbly and doesn’t hold together :/
Haru is a great place to go if you are looking for last minute decent quality sushi for reasonable prices. The ambiance is good and relatively casual.
We have found that Haru is consistent and usually delicious. The special rolls are truly excellent and inventive, but pricey.
Haru is always good. The sushi is excellent. The restaurant is very consistent - i have eaten here many, many times and I always have a very good experience. The wait staff is attentive. The outdoor dining is really nice when the weather is not hot and muggy.
A Thursday evening 7pm. Quite active. They were a tad overwhelmed with people versus service but good enough. Outdoor seating was great due to mild and less humidity, otherwise choose indoors because sushi will or may be affected. I tried their Toro and for the price it was good. There are others that are better. Just not as fresh as I expected but good enough. The other sushi was great, Salmon, Unagi, Yellowtail and their house premium rolls. I liked their main cold saki. Service was nice for my table. There were a couple around us were waiting quite awhile for their food. I think it was just understaffed that day both in the kitchen and out.
Good place for sushi in UWS. Glad to recommend Haru to our neighbors
Reliable, elegant sushi: We've gone to Haru in a number of locations and have always been impressed by the food and the service. This space is a bit cramped (and we mourn the loss of the location near the Joyce Theatre), but it isn't overly loud, and we consistently leave feeling replete and satisfied.
Too noisy but waiter very attentive and food nice.
Staff was incredibly rude and inattentive as usual
I used the Open Table app- but didn't see that it had booked me for the FOLLOWING day - However - all was not lost - the hostess was very understanding - I guess that happens a lot on that app - and we were seated almost immediately. Our waitress was WONDERFUL - intuitive - the food came on time, she gave those of us who fork our utensils, smirk-free. The food was filling and plentiful and delicious and fresh. Our table was clean - and we actually had room, even though the restaurant was packed.
I went here with my girlfriend on a date and not only was the staff helpful and kind, but the food was rather delicious and a great place to sit and have some good sushi. We happened to go at happy hour and were very pleased with our experience. We will recommend this place to our friends for sure!
Loved the waitress and super fantasy roll. Salmon sushi was superb- very fresh.
I enjoyed my time there. Very nice inside and welcoming right when i got in the door and whilst i was eating my food. I give it two thumbs up!
The food was really fresh and super tasty. Recommend the ceviche tacos. They are delicious
Haru has been a favorite place, for my wife and I, for a long time. We are greeted by a friendly face as we enter, and are seated without much waiting, if any. The food is always excellent, as is the service. The location is very good. Only a few blocks away from the 79th Street number 1 train station. We go out of our way to get to Haru, as Harlem does not have a great Japanese restaurant. It is worth it every time. Thank you, Haru Amsterdam!
ordered sashimi platter.
fish was low quality "cuts" of tuna, yellowtail, etc.
Yellowtail was dried out so bad that it looked like jerky.
pieces are so large/thick that they are more appropriate for grilling than sushi. speaks to the low quality. if you want the most fish you can get for 24 dollars you will be pleased. If you want quality look elsewhere.
Fresh, delicious food. At 6:50pm, Waitress was nice enough to alert us to their happy hour menu - which ended at 7.
Excellent, fresh and very tasty sushi. Outstanding service.
Staff was rude as usual
My friend and I decided to try a new Japanese restaurant on Valentine's day.We both enjoyed the food and service. We especially enjoyed the rainbow roll. I was also happy to hear that would deliver to my apartment! Will go again.
Great food. Accommodating service. Bench seating against the back wall is a bit uncomfortable.
Great meal for Restaraunt Week!
was the second time here and again for Restaurant Week and it was wonderful-big portions, lovely presentations and enough to take away for another meal. and solicitous service.